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Yacht: Sakara

May 3, 2009 by Yacht Guy
Base Location: ITALY
Engine: Volvo Penta
Material: steel
LOA: 34.1 m (112.0')
Draft: 4.48 m (14.7')
Beam: 7 m (23')
Cruise Speed: 4.48 knots
Max Speed: 10 knots
Year: 1913
Country Built: United States
Naval Architect: J Beavor Webb
Yacht Class: Sailing
Flag: United Kingdom

Sailing Yacht Sakara

Sailing Yacht Sakara (if no pic above are you able to add) is a 34.14m (112 feet) luxury yacht which was built by 1913 by George Lawley & Son Rp in the USA. She was previously named Kirin; Magdalene; Kirin; Primavera; Kyra; Dodi. J Beavor Webb drew up the naval architecture. The material steel was utilised to fabricate the superyacht hull. The draft depth in metres is 4.48 (14.7 ft) and the beam in in metres is 6.95 (22.8 feet). Also, wood was utilised in the fabrication of the superstructure.

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This yacht has in her engine room Volvo Penta. She is flagged in United Kingdom. Sakara is known as a twin masted schooner.

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